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Welcome to the Thomas Dale High School Library!


Hello.  You will find a wealth of information here, whether you're visiting for a class or yourself.  "The Knight's Shield" box to the far right has a bunch of quick links, and the online catalog is located directly underneath it.  If you need help, keep calm, and click on the sign below.  Also, please note there is a separate tab for the 9th grade campus on the top right. Thanks for visiting!  #READ 


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    Book Club Holiday Celebration

    The Book Club hosted a most epic holiday celebration!   This picture was taken after the Great Holiday Viking War of 2014..  The holiday viking was slain and the people rejoiced!  Thank you to all the Book Club members for making a memorable holiday celebration! 


    Book Club & Japanese Club Cosplay Contest

    Halloween 2014 was one to remember!  The TDHS Library had an amazing cosplay contest that included both book characters, anime, and game characters.  Here are some of the highlight pictures from the event!  If you haven't thought about joining the Book Club or Japanese Club you probally should.  

    This is the group photo.

    These were the winning cosplay costumes.  CONGRATS!



    Summer Reading Contest & Requirements!

    The Chesterfield County Public Library is pairing up with Chesterfield County Public Schools to bring you our annual summer reading challenge.  Can you read 1,000 minutes over the summer?  That equates to about 16 hours over 2 1/2 months.  Click on the image above to sign up.  You can log your minutes and be entered into several participatory drawings for free books and the chance to win an iPad Mini!  

    Remember that statistics show that reading for a mere 20 minutes a day dramatically raises your IQ!   

    Book Character Dress-Up Day

    Natasha Woodmancy as the Mad Hatter

    The Knight's Shield



    Search the Stacks!

    For a FULL CATALOG (or advance) search, click on the book stack below:

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    Library Science English Elective

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